Normansfield, in Middlesex, England, was once Dr. John Langdon Down's private home for people with learning disabilities. Now known as the Langdon Down Centre, today the building houses the Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disability, a world-class theater, the Down’s Syndrome Association national office, and Down Syndrome International.
ITALIAN HOSPITAL, Holborn, London. Interior view of a ward at the Italian Hospital with a young boy resting in his bed and a nurse in a distinctive uniform. Founded in 1884, the Italian Hospital (also known as the Ospidale Italiano) was established for the benefit of sick Italians living in London who were unable to pay for their own health care. This hospital was designed by architect Thomas W Cutler and built in 1898-9 on Queen Square. Photographed in 1903 by Harry Bedford Lemere